This Information Paper explains how IPART will assess the provisions for indexing contribution rates in local infrastructure contributions plans that are submitted to us for review.
IPART is seeking stakeholder views on how councils should index contribution rates between the adoption of a local infrastructure contribution plan, and the revision of the contributions plan.
This Excel model allows landholders to estimate compensation benchmarks using information that is specific to their circumstances. Note: if asked, you will need to ‘enable macros’ in Excel.
Councils will be asked to complete a cost survey in November 2019, which will be used to update IPART's Local Government Cost Index (LGCI).
The NSW Government has today released IPART’s assessments of local government Fit for the Future proposals.IPART Chairman Dr Peter Boxall said 52 of the 139 proposals (received from 144 councils) were found to be ‘fit’ under the Fit for the Future
On 1 April 2019 we held a workshop with councils and development industry representatives.
The NSW Government asked IPART to examine local government compliance and enforcement activity (including regulatory powers delegated under NSW legislation) and provide recommendations to reduce unnecessary regulatory burdens for business and the